One of the rough parts about living in Seoul is how brutally frigid the temperatures become in the winter. That, coupled with strong winds and very little sunshine, make for a lot of time cooped up indoors. Isa’s first few months alive were spent outdoors, but for the past four months or so, she hasn’t gotten to get out much.
Fortunately, that changed this week, when she started getting daily walks thanks to the nicer weather. The neighbors around our building love seeing her and trying to speak to her in Korean. Isa is even smilier than Eva was, so she’s winning a lot of new friends just because she’s so happy to see everyone.